AllSaints Studios is joining forces with Dazed Vision for a series devoted to the creative forces responsible for their respective city of choice’s most exciting sounds: It’s called New Music Cities.
The project itself spans all the way from New York - with one of punk’s foremost innovators, Richard Hell - to South London, where the focus is on Roots Manuva and Peckham’s most adventurous producers Mount Kimbie.
Dominic Maker and Kai Campos have put together an exclusive session for the project, in which they perform ‘Home Recording’ from the ‘Cold Spring Fault Less Youth’ record. Their second album came out last year, again representing the disparate influences that affect any band recording in South London. It features King Krule (another Peckham resident), in turn linking up to the breakthrough debut ‘Crooks & Lovers’.
Watch Mount Kimbie perform ‘Home Recording’ for AllSaints Studios’ New Music Cities below. The series is expected to expand to Tokyo and Gothenburg. The full documentary’s available to watch on All Saints here.
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